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  • View Poll Results: Good A Level grades
    A* A* A
    2
    4.65%
    A* A* A
    4
    9.30%
    A*A A
    5
    11.63%
    A A A
    17
    39.53%
    A A B
    3
    6.98%
    A B B
    6
    13.95%
    B B B
    5
    11.63%
    B B C
    1
    2.33%
    B C C
    0
    0%
    C C C
    0
    0%

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    AAB - Decent
    AAA - Good
    A*AA - Very Good
    Anything up fantastic.
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    (Original post by jack-1)
    AAB - Decent
    AAA - Good
    A*AA - Very Good
    Anything up fantastic.
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    Depends what subjects they're in


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    Depends on your university goals, if you need CCC and get CCC that's good, if you need AAB and get CCC then that's a poor result. for what i needed last year when i was applying for medical school, i needed AAA, therefore AAA was good, AAB would not have been not good enough.
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    Anything above CCC, it doesn't matter what subject you are CCC isn't really that good


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    Depends on the subject.
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    Like others have said, it entirely depends on the subject. For example I would consider a B in further maths a much better result than an A* in art and design.


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